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Nesco
$229.99
at Kmart

This dehydrators innovative design features 6 trays, 6 mesh screens, 2 expansion trays and 530 watts of drying power, and generate...s maximum speed and quality for dehydrating fruits, vegetables, beef jerky, and venison jerky or crafts in hours instead... read more

Nesco
$229.99
at Kmart

This dehydrators innovative design features 6 trays, 6 mesh screens, 2 expansion trays and 530 watts of drying power, and generate...s maximum speed and quality for dehydrating fruits, vegetables, beef jerky, and venison jerky or crafts in hours instead of days. The large digital dials and LED display make it easy to adjust time and temperature. This dehydrator has an Auto Off feature and allows even drying at the proper temperatures which can be between 95-160 F to preserve taste and color. read more

Nesco
$39.99
at Kmart

Set of 12 Fruit Roll Sheets Accessory Pack (FD-80, FD-1010, FD-1018P & FD-1020). Great for making Fruit Rolls for the kids and for... other messy foods. Exclusive no spill lip allows you to dry liquids and semi liquids. Dry up to 3 cups of pureed fruit on each sheet. Make fruit leather with no added sugar or preservatives. It's as easy as pouring applesauce on the Fruit Roll Sheet. Also great to dry soups and sauces. Perfect to use (if you're making messy foods) on the bottom tray of your dehydrator (without food on it) to catch the drips and make clean-up easier. These Fruit Roll Sheets are for use with models FD-80, FD-1010, FD-1018P & FD-1020 only. Please check your model number before ordering. Other Fruit Roll Sheets available for other models. .see selection. read more

Nesco
$74.99
at Kmart

Easily make chopped meat of your favorite cuts of meats with this Nesco model FG-100 500-Watt Electric Food Grinder. It has a meta...l gearbox, shaft and stainless-steel blades designed to make quick work of food materials. This grey Nesco food grinder allows you to make adjustments to the grind with three adjustable grind plate options. The unit also features forward and reverse action speeds. read more

Nesco
$139.99
at Kmart

575 Watts, #8 Head, Forward & Reverse Mode, Easy to Read Power Indicator, Large Meat Tray, 3 Stainless Steel Plates, Stainless Ste...el Covered Body, Die Cast, Heavy Duty Aluminum Grinder Head read more

Nesco
$61.99
at Quill

Black. Easy to remove #5 grinder head, an oversized die-cast hopper that holds up to 3 lbs. of meat

Nesco
$71.99
at Quill

Stainless steel. Easy to remove #5 grinder head, an oversized die-cast hopper that holds up to 3 lbs. of meat, Power indicator lig...ht read more

Nesco
$86.99
at Quill

Includes 4 drying trays (expandable to 8), jerky spice, cure packets. Unique square design offers over 40% more drying space than ...comparable round dehydrators read more

Nesco
$140.99
at Quill

Includes 8 trays, 8 fruit roll sheet, 8 clean-a-screen, how to dry foods book and original jerky spice and cure. Quiet, 2,400-RPM ...motor and specially designed 4.5 inch fan mean faster, more nutritious drying read more

Nesco
$99.99
at Quill

Model includes fruit roll sheet, clean-a-screen, original jerky spice flavor and cure pack. Digital timer is programmable for up t...o 24 hours of drying time read more

Nesco
$128.99
at Quill

Includes 4 trays but expands to 12 trays with LT-2SG Add-A-Tray accessories (sold separately). Includes fruit roll sheet and 2 ori...ginal jerky spice and cure packets and a 52 page care/use book read more

Nesco
$100.00 $69.99
at JCPenney

The sleek designed Snackmaster food deyhdrator has 500 watts of drying power and generates maximum speed and quality for dehydrati...ng fruits, vegetables, beef jerky, and venison jerky. helps dry food in hours, and not days like ordinary food dehydrators top-mounted fan eliminates the worry of liquids dripping into the heating chamber adjustable thermostat includes four trays; each measuring 13??" in diameter Measures 13??x13??x9??"H. Wipe clean; hand wash trays. Imported. read more

Nesco
$145.00 $99.99
at JCPenney

The Nesco 6-quart pressure cooker has everything you need to make delicious meals fast. It can pressure cook, slow cook, brown, st...eam and warm-all in one convenient appliance. Pressure cooking preserves flavors and nutrients and speed cooks inexpensive cuts of meat into great-tasting meals. stainless steel body and lid removable nonstick cooking insert self-locking lid with automatic pressure release programmable with presets delayed start up to 8 hours slow cook up to 9?? hours cool-touch lid and handles includes cooking rack/trivet 6-quart capacity AC. Stainless steel. Measures 12.6x12.6x18.2"H. Cooking insert is dishwasher safe. Imported. read more

Nesco
$286.00 $199.99
at JCPenney

Bring the freshness and quality of roasted, fresh gourmet coffee to your home with the Nesco Pro coffee bean roaster. patented c...atalytic technology significantly reduces smoke and odors during roasting combines warm air with a powerful agitator to create an even roast and uniform color pre-set digital controls automatically roast and cool with the touch of a button large capacity roasts up to 1/3 pound of raw beans-enough for 36 cups of coffee creates an even roast and uniform color while controlling the roast from light to dark roasts a batch in less than 20 minutes craft your own signature coffee from your favorite bean combination and achieve a wide range of distinct flavors perfect for true coffee enthusiasts AC. Plastic. Measures 13x9x12"H. Removable parts are dishwasher safe. Made in America of domestic and imported parts. read more

Nesco
$145.00 $99.99
at JCPenney

The Nesco 4-tray dehydrator's square design provides 41% more drying area than comparable round dehydrators and the 700 watts of p...ower helps dry food in hours, not days. unique square design offers more drying space than comparable round dehydrators 700-watt motor and 2400 RPM fan is perfect for dehydrating fruits, vegetables, beef jerky and venison jerky patented Converga-Flow drying system forces air down the exterior pressurized chamber (not through the trays) for faster drying and no flavor mixing adjustable thermostat includes 4 drying trays (expandable to 8), jerky spice and cure packets 700 watts. AC. Plastic. Measures 15x2x15.6x10x2"H. Trays and base are top-rack dishwasher safe if removed before drying cycle begins. Imported. read more

Nesco
$130.00 $89.99
at JCPenney

The sleek, contemporary design of the Nesco 5-tray dehydrator features a top-mounted fan, 700 watts of drying power and maximum sp...eed and quality for dehydrating fruits, vegetables and jerky. Helps dry food in hours, not days like ordinary food dehydrators. patented Converga-Flow drying system ensures even drying so there's no need to rotate trays adjustable thermostat ranging from 95?? to 160??F provides greater flexibility and better results can expand to 12 trays (sold separately) contemporary granite vita-save exterior blocks light and helps retain more vitamins and nutrients 600-watts of drying power with top mounted fan Includes: 5 trays 2 clean-a-screens 2 fruit roll sheets 3 original flavor jerky spice and cure packets 600 watts. AC. Plastic. Measures 14x14x10"H. Trays and base are top-rack dishwasher safe if removed before drying cycle begins. Imported. read more

Nesco
$130.00
at JCPenney

This 18-quart roaster is one of the most versatile cooking appliances available. Roast a whole 22-pound turkey, bake cakes, cook s...oup and chili, steam fish and slow cook less tender cuts of meat. It's ideal for large meals and entertaining in the home. unique Circle Of Heat construction means foods are cooked from the side, not the bottom, for more moist cooking results automatic temperature control assures even, energy-efficient cooking every time single chrome-plated rack includes handles for safe, easy insertion and removal of hot foods automatic temperature control provides a wide range of temperature settings from 200F-450F which allow you to slow cook, roast, bake, steam as well as sear and brown foods ideal for large meals and entertaining at home portable so you can take it along for family outings packaged with an attractive, informative use/care and recipe guide holds up to a 22-pound turkey optional buffet serving kit turns this unit into a portable buffet table, great for serving 3 appetizers or meal items at once (sold separately) 1425 watts. AC. Porcelain cookwell with aluminum lid and chrome-plated cooking rack. Measures 24x9x16"H. Cookwell is dishwasher safe; hand wash rack and cover; wipe unit clean. Imported. read more

Nesco
$79.99
at Kmart

CU-30 Coffee Urn is a various home appliances product made by Nesco by Metal Ware home appliances.

Nesco
$69.95
at Amazon

Dry fruit, vegetables, and jerky in hours instead of days. The unit's patented Converga-Flow drying system forces air down the ext...erior pressurized chamber, then horizontally across each individual tray, converging in the center, for fast, even, and nutritious drying. Flavors don't mix, and there's no need to rotate the trays. It's top-mounted fan eliminates the worry of liquids dripping into the heater chamber, and an opaque Vita-Save exterior helps block harmful lights in order to retain more of the food's nutrients and vitamins during the drying process. The unit's adjustable thermostat ranged from 95 degrees to 160 degrees F, providing the flexibility needed to ensure excellent results. It's a 600 watts unit. Five trays come included, but the unit can be expanded to 12 trays (additional trays sold separately) for drying larger quantities at one time. Accessories include two fruit roll sheets, perfect for drying semi-liquids like soups, sauces, and fruit rolls; two Clean-A-Screen flexible screens, which allow for easy drying of small items such as herbs, spices and potpourri; and three original jerky spice packets for making jerky. A 52-page recipe and instruction book also comes included. With a speckled gray design, the food dehydrator measures approximately 13-inch by 13-inch by 10-inch. FD-75A is Frustration free packaging and FD-75PR is retail packaging. read more

Nesco
$69.99 $59.94
at Sears

The Nesco 4-Slice Toasters look sharp and come loaded with features. Extra-wide slots automatically center before toasting. The se...lected function button will glow blue when in use. Set the tint level with the shade control dial and monitor with the Lift + Look lever without interrupting the toasting process. Slide out the crumb tray for quick and easy cleanup. read more

Nesco
$33.75
at Amazon

Now you can save money by making your own jerky, dried fruits, vegetable, trail mix and more. It means that you are not buying tho...se foods in-store, with packages that end up in the landfills. That is sustainability and no wonder the powerful Nesco American Harvest dehydrators are called the "Green" machines. Nesco builds the World's Fastest, Most Even Drying Dehydrators. The Nesco American Harvest FD-37 4-tray Food Dehydrator is 400 Watts of drying power to dry foods quickly and evenly for quality dehydrated fruits, vegetables and jerky. The temperature is preset at 160 degrees to dry everything from herbs and spices to jerky meats. Make your own snacks that are natural, healthier, better tasting, better for you and it costs less than similar type store bought snacks. Fan Flow Radial Air dries all trays evenly without the need to rotate the trays. Features a clear top to monitor the drying process and includes plastic side clips to secure the dehydrator trays for easy transporting and storage. Dries in hours, not days with no flavor mixing and no need to rotate trays. The FD-37 is packed with 4 trays and base and all components are dishwasher safe except the power head. Expandable to 7 trays by purchasing trays WT-2SG. read more

Nesco
$35.26
at Amazon

The FD-39P Food Dehydrator features Nesco/American Harvest's innovative Top Mounted Powerhead that dries food quickly and evenly w...ith superior results. Detaches to make dehydrator dishwasher safe for easy clean up. Fan-Flow Technology means faster, more even drying with no tray rotation necessary. Make great tasting beef jerky or venison jerky! Also makes delicious turkey jerky, fish jerky, homemade trail mix, apple snacks, banana chips, dried soup mixes. Dry tomatoes, watermelon, cantaloupes, papaya and many other fruits. Use for crafts like making potpourri or dried flowers for any occasion. Comes with 4 clear trays that are break resistant and dishwasher safe; expandable to 7 trays. 500 watts. read more

Nesco
$65.44
at Wayfair

500W Snackmaster Dehydrator Dries Foods FasterGo ahead and crown yourself the unusurpable Master of Snacks when you snag this Nesc...o Snackmaster 500W dehydrator from Sears. Unlike your average food dehydrator, the new Snackmaster Encore dries food in mere hours, not days, allowing you to enjoy yummy snacks when you want them. It takes the hassle out of dehydrating, so you can have fun drying all of your favorite foods, creating fruit snacks, veggie chips, homemade jerky and even your own dried herbs. It's a great way to prepare delicious, healthy snacks for a party or to get your kids to eat more fruits and veggies.Nothing short of a super dehydrator, the 500W Snackmaster dehydrator packs 500 watts of drying power for maximum drying speed and quality. It features a patented Converga-Flow drying system that ensures even drying, so you needn't be bothered to rotate trays. Oh, and then there's the top-mounted fan, which helps speed up the drying process and eliminates drippage. The four included trays offer plenty of room for drying lots of snacks at once, but you can expand your Snackmaster up to 12 trays with Add-A-Tray accessories (sold separately). read more

Nesco
$31.99
at Amazon

Nesco American Harvest Jerky Xpress Dehydrator Kit with Jerky Gun includes everything needed to make delicious home made jerky. Ju...st add ground meat. Features a 350 Watt, fixed temperature, and top down power head is perfect for the beginner or an experienced jerky maker. Jerky Gun comes with 3 tip attachments. Makes great tasting beef jerky or venison jerky! There are four different flavors of jerky spices included with this unit, Hot and Spicy, Teriyaki, Original, and Pepperoni. read more

Nesco
$54.95
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><!-- A+DIY for ASIN: B007B64O0S --> <!-- Created by: Heidi Cogdill --> <!-- Email: heidi@farwestmarketing.com -...-> <!-- Coded with Kuramoto@ A+DIY Tool --> <h4>Portable Induction Cooktop, 1500 watt</h4> <div class="rightImage"><img alt="PIC-14 Induction Cooktop" src="http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/kitchen/aplusdiy/B007B64O0S/B007B64O0S-PIC14unit.jpg" /> <div class="imageCaption">Cooktop Stays Cool</div> </div> <p>This Nesco Induction Cooktop provides the best in cooktop performance. Uses less energy and provides practically instant heat and since there are no open flames or hot coils, is safer to use than conventional burners. It allows for instant control of cooking energy for precise cooking control.</p> <p>Induction cooktops are designed to be used with ferromagnetic material like Cast Iron, Steel, Enameled Cast Iron, Enameled Steel or Stainless Steel. If a magnet sticks to your cookware, it will work on an induction cooktop. When a ferromagnetic cookware is placed on the ceramic surface, currents are induced in the cookware and instant heat is generated due to the resistance of the pan. The magnetic properties of the steel in the cookware will concentrate the induced current and generate heat. Once cookware is removed, all molecular activity ceases. Heat is generated at the cookware only so the cooktop stays cool. Will not work with Aluminum, Copper or Glass cookware.</p> <div class="leftImage"><img alt="PIC-14 Induction Cooktop" src="http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/kitchen/aplusdiy/B007B64O0S/B007B64O0S-PIC14unitwcorn.jpg" /> <div class="imageCaption">Easy to Clean, No More Burned on Spills</div> </div> <h4>Features:</h4> <ul> <li>1500 Watts</li> <li>Safer for families, small children, handicapped and the elderly</li> <li>Use where hotplates would be dangerous or not allowed</li> <li>Rapid Heating</li> <li>Noiseless, except quiet fan</li> <li>Energy efficient (84%)</li> <li>RV's ? 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Allow to cool, then unplug from electrical outlet. Repeat cooking mode as desired.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">E1 - No cookware present, unsuitable type or diameter is too small (less than 3.15 inches.).</p> <p class="MsoNormal">E2 - Internal appliance overheat. Appliance will automatically turn off. Allow to cool and unplug from electrical outlet. Check that vents are clear of obstructions.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">E3 - Input voltage is greater than 140 V.a.c.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">E4 - Input voltage is less than 95 V.a.c.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">E5 - Main sensor detects disconnection or short circuit. Do not attempt to repair, contact the manufacturer for further information.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">E6 - Heating Zone temperature has overheated. Appliance will automatically turn off. After cooling fan has turned off, unplug from electrical outlet, remove cookware and allow to cool.</p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span style="color: #1f497d;"></span></p> </p> <div class="leftImage"><img alt="PIC-14 Induction Cooktop" src="http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/kitchen/aplusdiy/B007B64O0S/B007B64O0S-PIC14unit2.jpg" /> <div class="imageCaption">Greater Heat Consistency</div> </div> <h5>About Induction:</h5> <p>This form of flameless cooking has certain advantages over conventional gas flame and electric cookers, as it provides rapid heating, improved thermal efficiency, and greater heat consistency, yet with precise control similar to gas. In situations in which a hotplate would typically be dangerous or illegal, an induction plate is ideal, as it creates no heat itself.</p> <p>The high efficiency of power transfer into the cooking vessel makes heating food faster on an induction cooking surface than on other electric cooking surfaces. Because of the high efficiency, an induction element has heating performance comparable to a typical consumer-type gas element, even though the gas burner would have a much higher power input.</p> <p>Induction cookers are safer to use than conventional cookers because there are no open flames. The surface below the cooking vessel is no hotter than the vessel; only the pan generates heat. The control system shuts down the element if a pot is not present or not large enough. Induction cookers are easy to clean because the cooking surface is flat and smooth. And because the cooking surface is not directly heated; spilled food does not burn on the surface.</p> <p>Since heat is being generated by an induced electric current, the unit can detect whether cookware is present by monitoring how much power is being absorbed. That allows functions such as keeping a pot at minimal boil when cookware is removed. This unit will beep until the turned off.</p> <p>Because the cook top is shallow compared to a gas-fired or electrical coil cooking surface, wheelchair access can be improved; the user's legs can be below the counter height and the user's arms can reach over the top.</p> <h4>Going "Green"? Induction is the way to go:</h4> <p>Induction cooktops transfer energy from the cooktop to the pan more efficiently than any other cooktop technology. Induction cooking is the latest, greenest technology. Below is a Energy Factor comparison indicating Gas around .40, electric around .70 and induction .84. Note the higher the number the better the energy factor.</p> <div class="centerImage"><img alt="PIC-14 Induction Cooktop" src="http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/kitchen/aplusdiy/B007B64O0S/B007B64O0S-PIC14chart.jpg" /> <div class="imageCaption"></div> </div> <p>So what do we take away from all of this? Looking at the energy factor induction has the highest (best) score of 0.84 - almost 20% better than any other electric cooktop and twice the score of the nearest gas option.</p> </div> read more

Nesco
$34.99 $33.06
at Sears

The Nesco Eight-Inch Electric Skillet is great for preparing meals at home or in RVs, campers, college dorms and offices! This ski...llet comes with a high-quality nonstick Interior so everything you cook releases easily. Stir fry shrimp and vegetables or cook a warm and bubbly alfredo dish! Adjustable temperature control provides the flexibility to prepare a variety of foods and the deep cooking vessel makes one-dish meals simple and convenient. Surface wipes clean for easy clean-up. Use it for frying, roasting or stir fries, as well as sauteing and simmering meals. read more

Nesco
$55.99 $52.91
at Sears

Feeding chute and easy grip handles on the bowl. Rotary switches - 2 speeds, pulse and off. Stainless steel blades on chopper. Eas...y to clean bowl and base and two sided steel discs for slicing and shredding. Double safety lock - food processors will not operate unless both are engaged. Stainless steel plates store under the controls. read more

Nesco
$32.99 $31.17
at Sears

Feeding chute and easy grip handles on the bowl. Rotary switches - 2 speeds, pulse and off. Stainless steel blades on chopper. Eas...y to clean bowl and base and two sided steel discs for slicing and shredding. Double safety lock - food processors will not operate unless both are engaged. Stainless steel plates store under the controls. read more

Nesco
$7.19
at Amazon

The Clean-A-Screen fits FD-1010, FD-1018P and FD-1020 Gardenmaster dehydrators. The flexible screen makes for easy removal of stic...ky fruits like pineapple. Perfect for drying small items that would normally fall through the spokes of the trays;i.e. herbs and spices. Comes with 2-screen per pkg. read more

Nesco
$57.88
at Amazon

Dry slices of fruit and vegetables, herbs and flowers, granola, or strips of jerky using this easy-to-operate dehydrator. With its... square shape, the countertop appliance provides 41-percent more room for drying compared to round dehydrators. It also features a unique air-circulation system with a top-mounted fan and patented Converga-Flow Action, which pressurizes heated air downward through the outer ring and horizontally across each tray, converging at the center. This delivers not only speedy results but uniformity, so foods dry evenly--no need to rotate the trays around during operation. Its 700-watt motor also helps ensure fast drying times for results in hours versus days. A simple control knob adjusts the heat from 95 degrees to 155 degrees F to accommodate appropriate drying temperatures, and printed guidelines on the motor housing help determine the correct thermostat setting. Other highlights include a bale handle for removing the power head, dishwasher-safe parts, and an instruction manual for getting started. The dehydrator measures 14-1/2 by 14-1/2 by 9-5/8 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.<br/><br/><div class="content"> <h3 class="productDescriptionSource">From the Manufacturer</h3> <div class="productDescriptionWrapper"> <div class="aplus"> <h4>NESCO/American Harvest - "The Best Food Dehydrators in the World."</h4> <div class="leftImage"> <img src="https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/G/01/kitchen/B00179DCCQ/main.jpg" alt="FD-80 Dehydrator" /> <div class="imageCaption">The Nesco/American Harvest FD-80 Dehydrator</div> </div> <div class="rightImage"> <img src="https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/G/01/kitchen/B00179DCCQ/beauty.jpg" alt="Dehydrating Food" /> </div> <p>NESCO/American Harvest has been the leader in food dehydrators for over 30 years. These units feature patented technologies that dry your food faster and more evenly than any of the competing models available, we know, because we've tried them all. Our Converge-a-Flow air flow assures even drying from top to bottom, without the tray rotation required by others.</p> <p>Whether you're a beginner or an experienced "pro", making beef jerky, drying fruits, vegetables, herbs, or flowers, NESCO/American Harvest offers the best units available.</p> <p>Introducing our newest dehydrator the FD-80 square dehydrator & jerky maker. This innovative design features 700 watts of drying power, and generates maximum speed and quality for dehydrating fruits, vegetables, beef jerky, and venison jerky. The top mounted fan eliminates liquids dripping into the heating chamber.</p> <h5>Features</h5> <ul> <li><b>Adjustable Thermostat</b><br/>The adjustable thermostat allows you to dry different foods at proper temperatures (95-155 F), providing the flexibility to produce the best drying results.<br/></li> <li><b>New, Powerful Top Mounted Fan</b><br/>Top mounted fan and 700 watts of drying power generate maximum speed and quality for dehydrating fruits, vegetables, and jerky. Helps dry food in hours, not days like other food dehydrators.<br/></li> <li><b>Expandable</b>The FD-80 comes with 4 trays, but is expandable to 8 trays. Additional SQT-2 Add-A-Trays available in sets of 2.<br/></li> <li><b>Dehydrate a Variety, All at Once</b><br/>The patented Converga-Flow drying system forces air down the exterior pressurized chamber (not through the trays). The hot air is forced horizontally across each individual tray, converging on the core for fast, even and nutritious drying. No flavor mixing and no need to rotate trays.<br/></li> </ul> <div class="two-third-col"> <h5>Drying time</h5> <div class="rightImage"> <img src="https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/G/01/kitchen/B00179DCCQ/open.jpg" alt="FD-80 Dehydrator" /> </div> <div class="rightImage"> <img src="https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/G/01/kitchen/B00179DCCQ/open2.jpg" alt="FD-80 Dehydrator" /> </div> <p>Because of the unique design of the patented Converga-Flow system of your NESCO/American Harvest dehydrator, you?ll be surprised at how quickly most foods dry. Drying times may vary, depending on the type and amount of food, thickness and evenness of the slices, percentage of water in the food, humidity, temperature of air, altitude and the model of NESCO /American Harvest dehydrator you are using. Drying times may also vary greatly from one area to another and from day to day, depending on the climatic conditions. Keep records to help you predict drying times for specific foods.</p> <h5>Drying Temperature</h5> <p>Fruits, fruit rolls and vegetables should be dried at 130F to 140F (55C to 60C). By drying foods in this temperature range you will minimize the loss of heat-sensitive vitamins A and C. All foods sweat when they begin to dry, the temperature may be set higher than 140F (60C) during the first couple of hours of drying. The actual temperature of the food will remain 15F to 20F (6o to 8oC) lower than the air temperature for the first couple of hours. Meats and fish should be dried on the highest temperature setting of your dehydrator. These temperatures also keep bacteria and other spoilage micro-organisms, common to meat and fish, to a minimum during the first stages of drying. Nuts and seeds are high in oil, and if higher temperatures are used, they will tend to become rancid, developing off flavors. The best temperature is from 90F to 100F (30C to 40C). Herbs and spices are most flavorful when they first open and should be harvested while very fresh, before they begin to blossom. Because the aromatic oils are very sensitive, temperatures should be 90F to 100F (30C to 40C) for drying. Take care not to load trays too heavily as this will prolong the drying time. Dried flowers, herbs and spices used for potpourri should be dried at temperatures ranging from 90F to 100F (30C to 40C) to maintain aroma and color.</p> <h5>Drying Fruit Rolls</h5> <p>Fruit rolls are a favorite snack for young and old alike. It is a chewy fruit product made from pured fresh fruit, which has been dried and rolled into snack sized pieces. Fruit rolls are easy to make and cost less than those bought at the store. Selection Almost any fruit will make an excellent fruit roll. Most fruits can also be combined with others. Some fruits, such as apples, are high in pectin and fiber, and have an excellent texture when dried. The combinations are limitless. Use your imagination and have fun. Use fresh fruit in season. You can also use slightly overripe fruits, irregularly shaped fruits, or slightly bruised fruits that would be unsuitable for canning or drying. Some fruits, such as citrus, should be used in combination with other fruits because they have so much liquid and very little pulp. If you find that a fruit is too runny, combine it with apple, applesauce or a similar fruit that will give it more substance. When fresh fruits are not available, canned fruits (either sweetened or un-sweetened) can be used. Simply drain the liquid, and pour the fruit into the blender. Applesauce can be taken directly from the container for wonderful fruit rolls. Frozen fruits can also be used, although they tend to be a bit more runny. Simply thaw and follow directions for using fresh fruits.</p> <h5>Drying Jerky</h5> <p>Jerky is a favorite snack for school, lunch, on the trail or just about anywhere. It is made by seasoning lean, raw meat in a salt mixture, then drying it without cooking. The finished product is a protein-rich exercise in chewing and ever so delicious. Jerky also makes a savory broth base for soups and stews.</p> <h5>Meat Jerky</h5> <p>Homemade jerky is much less expensive than jerky slices or sticks purchased at a grocery or convenience store. Most lean meats will yield about 1 pound of jerky for 3 pounds of fresh meat. <h5>Drying Meat</h5> </p><p>Jerky may be made from a variety of wild game meats, fish and poultry. Use filets of fish and the breast of chicken. When purchasing meats for jerky, choose lean meats with minimal marbling (fat), as fat tends to get rancid during storage. A lean cut of flank steak or round steak makes excellent jerky. You can make delicious jerky from ground meat, using the NESCO/American Harvest Jerky WorksTM kit. It?s best to use ground round or lean (or extra lean) meat. Season with NESCO/ Harvest Jerky seasoning mixes.</p> </div> <div class="third-col last"> <h5>FAQ</h5> <ol> <li><b>Q: What is dehydrating?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> Dehydrating is a method of food preservation in which moisture is removed from the food. Dehydrating inhibits growth of microorganisms and decay. Dehydrating can dramatically increase storage life for food.</li> <li><b>Q: Does Dehydrating food destroy its nutrients?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> Dehydrating causes minimal loss of nutrients, but if done properly that loss is quite small. You will retain about 90% of the vitamins and minerals. When using higher heats, foods will dehydrate faster, but this will result in more nutrient loss.</li> <li><b>Q: How do you know when foods are dry?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> Always let foods cool for a few minutes. Check to see if the food is still moist or sticky. If it is leathery and pliable, it is usually done. However, foods that are overdried may become brittle and turn brown.</li> <li><b>Q: How do you store dried foods?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> Always store dried foods in airtight containers. Store containers in a cool, dry place. Exposure to humidity, light and air during storage adversely affects storage life of dried foods.</li> <li><b>Q: How long can I store dried food?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> We recommend a maximum storage time of one year for the best appearance and nutritional value. Vacuum packing greatly extends shelf life. Refrigeration or freezing will double or triple shelf life.</li> <li><b>Q: How long does it take to dehydrate foods?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> It depends on the type of food you are dehydrating, quantities, and capabilities of dehydrator. Refer to your fruit drying guidelines.</li> <li><b>Q: If I powdered my dried vegetables, what could I use them for?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> Powdered onion and garlic, of course, are great seasonings for meats and sauces. Powdered tomatoes can be reconstituted into tomato sauce, paste, catsup, juice or soup. A blender or food processor will give you the finest texture. Store in air-tight container.</li> <li><b>Q: Is it necessary to pretreat foods before dehydrating them?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> Pretreating can enhance color and flavor of certain foods, but is not necessary. Pretreatment options are dipping, blanching, and marinating.</li> <li><b>Q: My apples and pears have darkened to a rusty-brown color while drying. Are they safe to eat?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> Yes. Fruits that have turned brownish color are safe to eat. Many fruits will oxidize when the flesh of the fruit is exposed to air. By pretreating fruits, oxidation is reduced.</li> <li><b>Q: What kinds of foods can you dehydrate?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> You can dry fruits, vegetables, meats, herbs, flowers, pet treats, etc. Dry left over bread for bread crumbs. You can dry almost anything that contains water.</li> <li><b>Q: Why should the edges of my fruit leather be thicker than the center?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> With fruit leathers, the edges of mixture tend to dry first. If edges are the same thickness as center, they will dry too quickly and become brittle.</li> <li><b>Q: Will flavors mix if I dry different foods together in the same dehydrator?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> If you dry foods in the same category, such as fruits with other fruits and vegetables with other vegetables, the flavors should not mix. However, we do not recommend drying onions with any other foods.</li> <li><b>Q: Are dehydrated foods recommended for camping and hiking?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> You can use dehydrated ingredients to speed up preparation time. Dehydrated foods are lightweight and easy to carry in your backpack or camper.</li> <li><b>Q: What are the benefits of food drying?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> There are many benefits of drying food. Here are some: <ul> <li>You are in control of the quality of food you eat. </li> <li>You will save money. </li> <li>You can take advantage of supermarket specials. </li> <li>You can create a tasty snack that is good for you. </li> <li>You can take advantage of your own garden by drying your fruits and vegetables to be used year round.</li> </ul> </li> <li><b>Q: My banana chips don't taste or look like the ones in the stores. What can I do?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> The banana chips you buy in the store are deep fried. Dehydrating your own banana chips taste great and are more nutritious than store bought.</li> <li><b>Q: The fruit sticks to the trays. How can I prevent this?</b><br/> <b>A:</b> Fruits or thinly sliced vegetables may stick to your trays. You may want to purchase Clean-A-Screens to put on your trays to prevent these items from sticking.</li> </ol> </div> </div> <div class="emptyClear"> </div> </div> </div> read more

Nesco
$16.60
at Amazon

Square trays make it easier to dry more strips of jerky flat and evenly. Square shape provides over 40-percent more drying space t...han comparable round dehydrators. It increases the capacity of drying space by 200 more square inches. Patented Converge-Flow drying action ensures fast, even heat distribution. No need to rotate trays. This Add-A-Tray fits the Nesco FD-80 and FD-80A Square Food Dehydrator (sold separately). read more

Nesco
$114.99 $91.99
at Target

Find Food Dehydrators at Target.com! You can make your own spices, jerky and dried fruit snacks at home with the Gardenmaster food... dehydrator. It uses the patented Converga Flow fan for quick and easy drying without the need to rotate the trays. Its opaque Vita Save exterior obstructs light and helps preserve the food's nutrient content during the drying process. The Nesco 4-tray food dehydrator has a quiet yet powerful 4.5" fan with 1000 watts of drying power. An adjustable thermostat lets you set the temperature according to what you are dehydrating. You can also expand its capacity to 30 trays since the drying pressure automatically adjusts as the number of trays... read more

Nesco
$71.99
at Target

Find Food Dehydrators at Target.com! Dry fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers or meat easily with the food dehydrator and jerky make...r from NESCO American Harvest. With powerful 500-watt dehydrator, it absorbs moisture from vegetables, fruit rollups or jerky in just a few hours. Its patented Converga-Flow drying system allows for quick and effective drying. The adjustable thermostat offers easy-dry temperature setting. This NESCO dehydrator has 4 trays and a total drying surface area of 6.5 square feet. All parts except the powerhead are dishwasher safe for easy maintenance. This 4-tray dehydrator comes with plastic fruit rolling sheet as well as 2 spice and curing packs. read more

Nesco
$33.99
at Target

Find Food Dehydrators at Target.com! The Nesco Harvest 400 Food Dehydrator makes healthy eating a snap. Prepare nutritious foods f...or your family, or use the expandable tray feature to feed a crowd. Use your food dehydrator to make healthy snacks for later. Or carry dehydrator treats with you when you go hiking or on an excursion. Pop the removable pieces into the dishwasher for easy cleanup. The recipe book is filled with favorites. Includes instruction manual. Size: 400 watt. Color: Speckled. read more

Nesco
$119.99
at Target

Find Kitchen Mix, Blend, Chop And Slice Appliances at Target.com! The FS-250 Nesco?? has Combined an elegant design with the perfo...rmance of a powerful food slicer. Slice meat, cheese , bread, vegetables and fruit quickly and easily with this quality slicer. Features precision depth control and a strong, high quality 180 Watt gear motor. Variable thickness control knob for 9/16" thickness range. Large multipurpose 8.7 inch stainless steel hardened serrated blade handles a wide range of food sizes and shapes. If you expect to slice a lot of cheese, we recommend a motor of 130 Watts or more. Cheese can create a lot of blade drag but the FS-250 slicer's motor has the power to take it in... Color: Silver. read more

Nesco
$89.99
at Target

Find Pressure Cookers at Target.com! The NESCO?? 6 Liter 4-in-1 Pressure Cooker is equipped with several built-in safety features ...which will not allow the cooker to open while under pressure. The NESCO?? 6 Liter 4-in-1 Pressure Cooker is a sealed vessel, As the pressure inside increases, the boiling point of the water increases, which allows the liquid to rise to a higher temperature before boiling so the food cooks up to 70% quicker. Even more impressive, the NESCO?? 6 Liter 4-in-1 Pressure Cooker is really four appliances in one: pressure cooker, steamer, slow cooker and rice cooker.The NESCO?? 6 Liter 4-in-1 Pressure Cooker also has a warm setting and browning... Color: Black. read more

Nesco
$219.99
at Target

Find Food Dehydrators at Target.com! Introducing our newest Nesco?? Square Dehydrator (& Jerky Maker) the FD-2000. This dehydrator...s innovative design features 6 trays, 6 mesh screens, 2 expansion trays and 530 watts of drying power, and generates maximum speed and quality for dehydrating fruits, vegetables, beef jerky, and venison jerky or crafts in hours instead of days. The large digital dials and LED display make it easy to adjust time and temperature. This dehydrator has an Auto Off feature and allows even drying at the proper temperatures which can be between 95-160?? F to preserve taste and color. Color: White. read more

Nesco
$132.99
at Target

Find Food Dehydrators at Target.com! Our Nesco??/American Harvest?? FD-77DT Digital Dehydrator features 600 watts of drying power ...that generates maximum speed and quality for dehydrating fruits, vegetables, herbs, beef jerky, and venison jerky. Helps dry food in hours, not days like ordinary food dehydrators.Our Patented Converga-Flow drying system forces air down the exterior pressurized chamber not through the trays providing even heat. The hot air is forced horizontally across each individual tray, converging on the core for fast, even and nutritious drying. There is no flavor mixing and no need to rotate trays.Nesco's adjustable thermostat allows you to dry... Color: White. read more

Nesco
$99.99
at Target

Find Pressure Cookers at Target.com! Prepare a delicious meal in less time with the Nesco digital pressure cooker. You can use it ...as a steamer, slow cooker or pressure cooker. With 2 pressure options, it lets you customize the settings to suit your recipe. With a 6-liter capacity, this pressure cooker lets you cook a lot of food in one go. It seals in essential vitamins and minerals, making your food healthier. Its locking lid allows for spill-free storage and easy portability. A detachable non-stick cooking insert makes clean up a breeze. This ceramic pressure cooker has a digital timer that can delay the cooking time by up to 8 hours. It has cool-touch handles for safe... Size: 6 quart. Color: Black/Ss. read more

Nesco
$89.99
at Target

Find Food Grinders at Target.com! Nesco??'s new FG-180 Food Grinder has a powerful 500 Watt motor, stainless steel cutting blade a...nd comes with three grinding plates that offer you a choice of fine, medium or coarse grinds. This unit offers dependable performance with the power to grind, shred, and fill sausage casings allowing you to make your own variety of sausages, ground meat, sandwich spreads, and relishes. The FG-180 has a power indicator light, forward and reverse speeds and an easy to remove #5 grinder head. The oversized die-cast hopper holds up to 3 lbs. Of meat. Perfect for processing Venison and other wild game into sausage, hamburger and other ground... Color: Silver. read more

Nesco

Perfectly toast bread, English muffins, frozen waffles and more with this 2-slice toaster. Toaster features adjustable browning co...ntrol, cancel button, frozen bread function, 1.5 wide slots for thicker bread, and 1000 Watt power., For the Home,Kitchen Appliances,Toasters & Ovens read more

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